Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Find Cash In Your Kitchen

I began writing "Find Cash In Your Kitchen" because several friends asked for my advice as they struggled with failing finances. If the ups and downs of my own life have taught me nothing else, they have driven home the value of thrift. Though reducing the family's food budget may seem an odd, even extreme, place to begin cutting costs, it was chosen deliberately. The reason is that success in cutting the food budget is dependent on a change in the way we think. Once that is accomplished, there are no limits. Savings can be found almost anywhere.

FIND CASH IN YOUR KITCHEN details organization, skills and methods that can actually result in spending less and saving more.

It is available now.

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